Epoxy coatings for metal effectively rebuild equipment to original specifications or prevent failures from occurring in industrial and marine applications. They include epoxy and urethane coatings for metal repair, rubber repair, belt repair, corrosion repair and floor repair. The specially formulated epoxy coatings also protect handling & storage equipment from continuous wear and abrasion.
Browse our range and ask our team if you need advice on the right epoxy coating for your unique needs.
Ceramic filled epoxy liquid for castings with exceptional durability.
Castable, non-shrinking, medium-viscosity urethane compound.
High-performance, non-rusting titanium-reinforced epoxy.
Plastic Steel® is the original metal-filled epoxy putty.
Fast-curing, steel-filled epoxy for dependable emergency repairs.
Stainless steel-filled epoxy putty for patching, repairing and rebuilding.
Aluminum-filled epoxy putty for dependable non-rusting repairs.
Epoxy coatings for metal are expected to perform in the harshest environments. They must protect surfaces against highly corrosive marine ecosystems yet be safe enough for incidental contact with food products and pharmaceuticals. Navigating the market is challenging, even if you know your way around epoxies. An effective partnership has several other benefits.
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This epoxy is reinforced with ceramics and contains adhesives that bond to aluminum, exotic metals, and even silicone. It offers extreme abrasion resistance and the flexibility to resist cracking. It prevents rust and has a Class One fire and smoke rating. If you need a machinable coating for equipment that comes into contact with food, this is the ideal epoxy coating for metal.
This non-shrinking urethane can be used for surfaces that need a hardy yet flexible coating. It’s castable and has a slightly viscous consistency.
If you need an epoxy coating for metal that has superb temperature and chemical resistance, this titanium-reinforced coating stands up to extreme environments.
This is another metal-reinforced putty tough enough for drilling and machining. It also resists gasoline and oil. It’s often used to repair surfaces that cannot be fixed with welding.
Anti-slip finishes can be applied to steel, epoxy, and concrete. Marine-grade epoxy can also be combined with grit to prevent skids.
Industrial polyurethane coatings are tough enough for under-sea applications, preventing rust in the harshest marine environments. They’re aesthetically pleasing and resist mechanical pressure, UV damage, and chemical wear.
This epoxy putty is a reliable option for castings, industrial equipment, and HVAC products. It’s often used to fix components, sealing the pores in aluminum castings to achieve a water and chemical-resistant surface.
In addition to epoxy coating for metal, we provide concrete coatings and those that achieve extreme abrasion resistance. If you need a chemical resistant option, we stock products for your requirements, too.
Many of the epoxy products on the market are merely enamel paints with a small amount of epoxy additives, so they’re prone to cracking. A quality epoxy coating for metal is far more powerful and can be used over a failed coating. It may require power washing, degreasing, or scraping prior to recoating. A primer can help achieve stronger adhesion.
Food grade epoxies can be used on food processing equipment.
The thickness of your epoxy determines the thickness of your coating. A fluid epoxy will form a thin surface, but even a 4 to 6 mil coating can achieve excellent abrasion resistance. Insufficient thickness can nonetheless reduce performance. If your surface is going to be exposed to petroleum products or heavy abrasion, you will probably need a much thicker layer of epoxy. Viscosity alone cannot achieve the right protection. The use of diluents can thin your coating, ultimately leading to cracking and pinpoint rusting.
Simply get in touch with our team and we can help you source the industrial products and equipment you need to get the job done.